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A Singular Mathematical Promenade

Article by Etienne Ghys
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This is neither an elementary introduction to singularity theory nor a specialized treatise containing many new theorems. The purpose of this little book is to invite the reader on a mathematical promenade. We will pay a visit to Hipparchus, Newton and Gauss, but also to many contemporary mathematicians. We will play with a bit of algebra, topology, geometry, complex analysis and computer science. Hopefully, some motivated undergraduates and some more advanced mathematicians will enjoy some of these panoramas.

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A delight!

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ASingularMathematicalPromenade
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2016-12-22
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2016-05-24

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@article{ASingularMathematicalPromenade,
	key = {ASingularMathematicalPromenade},
	type = {article},
	title = {A Singular Mathematical Promenade},
	author = {Etienne Ghys},
	abstract = {This is neither an elementary introduction to singularity theory nor a
specialized treatise containing many new theorems. The purpose of this little
book is to invite the reader on a mathematical promenade. We will pay a visit
to Hipparchus, Newton and Gauss, but also to many contemporary mathematicians.
We will play with a bit of algebra, topology, geometry, complex analysis and
computer science. Hopefully, some motivated undergraduates and some more
advanced mathematicians will enjoy some of these panoramas.},
	comment = {A delight!},
	date_added = {2016-12-22},
	date_published = {2016-05-24},
	urls = {http://arxiv.org/abs/1612.06373v1,http://arxiv.org/pdf/1612.06373v1},
	collections = {History},
	url = {http://arxiv.org/abs/1612.06373v1 http://arxiv.org/pdf/1612.06373v1},
	urldate = {2016-12-22},
	archivePrefix = {arXiv},
	eprint = {1612.06373},
	primaryClass = {math.AG},
	year = 2016
}